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2019 WSD Open House
2019 WSD Open House
The Warden School District would like to invite WSD staff, students, and parents to the 2019 Warden School District Open House. The Open House will be held on Monday, September 9th from 5pm-to 7pm.
  • WMS Back to School Assembly, 2019
Warden Middle & High School Registration
Warden Middle & High School Registration
• Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
• Thursday, August, 22nd, 2019
8:00am-12pm & 1pm-3:30pm
At this time plan to:
• Complete registration paperwork
o Medical release
o Special services
o 6th and 9th grade internet use
o Update contact information
• Turn in athletic packets
• Pick up class schedules
• Get lockers
Life Touch will be on campus to take school photos

Also available:
• Pay for ASB cards
o 6th grade: $15.00
o 7th-12th: $25.00
• Pay for PE uniforms
o Shirts: $8.00
o Shorts: $12.00
o Set: $20.00
• Purchase yearbooks (HS at a reduced price) Prices to be determined.
Acceptable forms of payment:
• Cash or Check
Online Registration Open in Skyward Family access as of August 1st

WMS SIT Goals for 2018-2019

8 months ago

In English, y en Español.

SIT Newsletter, Feb 2019

8 months ago

SIT Newsletter for February 2019 in English, y en Español.
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!
  • Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Warden Zero Robotics Team, Summer 2019
    Congratulations to our Warden Zero Robotics Team: Hunter, Derek, Omar, Kaitlyn, Magaly, Peyton and Jannet for earning 1st place in the Washington State Regional Competition and 1st in Washington State overall.

    The Warden Zero Robotics Team spent three weeks working on a computer code to retrieve a satellite that lost its boosters while experimenting with ways to collect the space debris orbiting the earth. The Warden Zero Robotics Team worked directly with M.I.T. to create the master code for Washington State. The results of the collaborative efforts were sent to the International Space Station for a simulation contest against other participating states for the final competition, currently pending score review for National placement.

    Way to go Warden Zero Robotics Team - your ability to overcome obstacles, along with your dedication and skill execution rocks. Good luck with this next stage of your learning and competition!